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Monday, May 10, 2004

New Alternatives 

Cherries are one of my favorite foods. They may also help with gout, arthritis and inflammatory diseases. None of which I have [yet], but probably it helps with carpal tunnel syndrome, which I may be rapidly developing, as well. The longer, bigger study will be a really interesting read, I expect. Plus, it's an excuse for me to justify paying the millions of dollars per pound for fresh cherries!

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The inflammatory process of arthritis changes the lining of the intestines and reduces the absorption of some nutrients while increasing daily nutrient requirements. Nutrition is further depleted if the person is on long term medication therapy that increases nutrient needs and/or reduces the desire to eat. Joint pain and stiffness increase when the patient is malnourished. Symptoms improve with the dietary intake of calcium, selenium, zinc, and vitamin E. The antioxidant nutrients such as selenium and zinc might also be effective because of their ability to stop free radical damage to joint linings that in turn causes the accumulation of fluids, swelling and associated pain.
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